Recently Reising Ethington welcomed special guest Thomas Sprague who is the great-great grandson of Colonel Thomas Sprague, the founder of the original firm in 1865. The meeting was featured in The Detroit Legal News, September 12, 2019.
Richard Hoffmann, Eric Jones, Michael Druzinski, and James Stevens Jr. have won a round on behalf of client Lippert Components in a patent infringement battle with rival RV parts maker Days Corp. The Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) invalidated both patent claims that Days Corp. asserted against Lippert, in response to an Inter-Partes review […]
Reising attorneys continue to be recognized yearly by their peers as top attorneys in Intellectual Property. Jim Stevens, Matt Schmidt, and Rick Hoffmann were recently named as U.S. News and World Report Best Lawyers, with the firm also receiving the same award as a Tier 1 patent law firm. Jim Stevens also received a Lawyer […]
Reising is a continuing sponsor of the Managing Intellectual Property/Benchmark Litigation Autolex Autonomous Vehicle Legal Forum
Reising is a continuing sponsor of the Managing Intellectual Property/Benchmark Litigation Autolex Autonomous Vehicle Legal Forum held in Detroit at the Westin Book Cadillac on September 10th. Jim Stevens was asked to moderate a panel discussion with other autonomous vehicle experts about what is happening to IP for autonomous vehicles.
A group of Reising attorneys including Mike Adams, Colin Cicotte, Scott Hogan, Stefan Osterbur, Shannon Smith, and Jim Stevens recently attended the annual ICLE Summer Institute held at the Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island. The institute, in its 45th year, invites prominent scholars of patent, trademark and copyright law to lecture about recent changes to […]
The University of Detroit-Mercy Law Review invited intern Austin Miller to become a member of the Law Review. He will begin his second year in the Fall.
Rick Hoffmann was selected by global publisher IAM to moderate a panel of industry professionals discussing Technology Transfer in Mobility during the Auto IP USA conference held in Detroit on May 8th; Mike Adams, Corey Beaubien, Colin Cicotte, and Matt Schmidt attended. Topics included “How Universities and Research Institutions are Innovation Hubs and Play a […]
Shannon Smith was named one of Crain’s Detroit 2019 Notable Women in STEM, which honors leaders in the community who focus on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
Stefan Osterbur will once again chair the AIPLA Patent Prosecution Boot Camp, which is to be held in Philadelphia, PA on May 13-15, 2019, immediately prior to the AIPLA Spring Meeting. The Boot Camp has been provided by AIPLA for over twenty years, and provides comprehensive training in all aspects of patent prosecution that is […]
Steve Walmsley, Corey Beaubien, and Melinda Zatkoff attended the USPTO Design Day 2019 conference in April. Law firms, companies, and patent examiners gathered to discuss changes to USPTO and international design patent examination, learn about new case law from federal courts and the Patent and Trial Appeal Board, as well as to hear a panel […]